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I have trimmed by OS with Vlite and tried it in vmware, everything is fine but when I open troubleshooting I got this error:

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I tried to put the dll in system32 folder but not working, I even tried to register that dll I got this error:

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then I tried to run "sfc/SCANFILE=c:\windows\system32\werconcpl.dll" this command and I get this msg "Windows Resource protection could not perform the requested operation".

I have attached the log file please see the attached file and suggest me the solution?

sfcdetails.txt

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Have you removed some components with RT Se7en Lite before using Vlite?

Nope, I have not used rt7lite at all. I did try to use rt7lite but it was giving me problem so I have decided to use vlite instead. I did integrate sp1 by reverse integration.

You must have remembered my post regarding RT7litePIlauncher.exe and some other problems were also there so I discarded that os and then I trimmed my OS with vlite.

Is there any way to rectify this werconcpl.dll problem?

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You can try to Mount install.wim image (SP1)customized with vLite and check if you have:

1)

%Mounted_Folder%\Windows\System32\werconcpl.dll

Check inside:

%Mounted_Folder%\Windows\System32\en-US\werconcpl.dll.mui

2)

Inside: %Mounted_Folder%\Windows\winsxs:

x86_microsoft-windows-e..ngconsole.resources_31bf3856ad364e35_6.1.7600.16385_fr-fr_1eac4a50f9a98686

x86_microsoft-windows-errorreportingconsole_31bf3856ad364e35_6.1.7601.17514_none_58149b628127a0a6

If you see missing files; copy/paste the original files from your install.wim SP1(made with reverse integration) mounted!

*Edit: I'm testing vLite and after removing some components, I see the werconcpl.dll and werconcpl.dll.mui files are already inside install.wim file

I tell you later my results!

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I guess there is some confusion mate, either you must be on 32bit OS or you think that I am on 32bit OS. I have searched in my Host OS the location of dll and mui files in the winsxs are

C:\Windows\winsxs\amd64_microsoft-windows-errorreportingconsole_31bf3856ad364e35_6.1.7601.17514_none_b43336e6398511dc

C:\Windows\winsxs\amd64_microsoft-windows-e..ngconsole.resources_31bf3856ad364e35_6.1.7600.16385_en-us_d84812f1bf0defb5 receptively.

I have tried putting the files in the respective folders but the problem is still not solved.

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Of course you need to adapt with your OS, mate! I'm working with Windows 7 SP1 x86!

It seems the only way for you is to tream a new time your OS!

Here is my Last Session.ini working fine:

I've used WAIK for Windows 7 with vLite 1.2!

; vLite preset file

;

;#Environment:

; vLite v1.2

; Framework 2.0.50727.5444

; Microsoft Windows NT 6.1.7601 Service Pack 1 32-bit

;

;#Target:

; Windows 7 ULTIMATE 32-bit Service Pack 1

; Version 6.1 French (France)

;

[Compatibility]

ACDSee / XnView

DriveimageXML

DVD Treasury

Halo 2

Hauppauge WinTV

KMPlayer

Logitech Setpoint

MediaPortal

Perfect World Client

Zoom Player

Aero Glass

; Aero Glass

File and printer sharing (Server)

; File and printer sharing (Server)

Internet Explorer

; Internet Explorer

Internet Information Services (IIS)

; Internet Information Services

Recommended

; Recommandé

System Restore

; Restauration système

Scanners and Cameras

; Scanners and Cameras

Windows Fax and Scan

; Windows Fax and Scan

Windows Update

; Windows Update

[CustomHide]

[Components]

;# Accessories #

Accessibility

; Accessibilité

Character Map

; Character Map

Welcome Center

; Welcome Center

;# Multimedia #

Media Center

; Media Center

;# Services #

Error Reporting

; Error Reporting

;# System #

Natural Language

; Natural Language

Tablet PC

; Tablet PC

[Options]

DEP (Data Execution Prevention) = Default

; DEP (Data Execution Prevention) = Défaut

User Account Control (UAC) = Disabled

; User Account Control (UAC) = Desactivé

AntiSpyware Realtime Protection = Default

; Désactiver AntiSpyware Realtime Protection = Défaut

Memory requirement = Default

; Besoin en mémoire = Défaut

AutoPlay = Enabled

; AutoPlay = Activé

Paging Executive = Enabled

; Paging Executive = Activé

Power scheme = Balanced

; Power scheme = Balanced

Power button = Default

; Power button = Défaut

Sleep button = Default

; Sleep button = Défaut

Control Panel - Classic View = Default

; Control Panel - Classic View = Défaut

Show hidden files and folders = No

; Montrer les fichiers et les dossiers cachés = Non

Show protected operating system files = No

; Montrer les fichiers du système d'exploitation protégés = Non

Show extensions for known file types = Yes

; Montrer les extensions des fichiers connus = Oui

IE Phishing Filter = Default

; IE Phishing Filter = Défaut

IE Phishing Verification Ballon Tips = Default

; IE Phishing Verification Ballon Tips = Défaut

[services]

[Protection]

[Drivers]

[unattended]

SpecRegional

AcceptEULA

NetworkLoc = 1

ProtectPC = 1

[Hotfixes]

[LanguagePacks]

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Of course you need to adapt with your OS, mate!

It seems the only way for you is to tream a new time your OS!

I guess you are right, and this time I would protect the werconcpl.dll.

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It's very strange, but after the installation is complete on Oracle Sun VirualBox, I don't see any werconcpl.dll (or werconcpl.dll.mui)....But I have no errors at this time!

I think the reason is to have removed : Error Reporting inside Services.

Could you tell us when you have this error?

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It's very strange, but after the installation is complete on Oracle Sun VirualBox, I don't see any werconcpl.dll (or werconcpl.dll.mui)....But I have no errors at this time!

I think the reason is to have removed : Error Reporting inside Services.

Could you tell us when you have this error?

Try going to "control panel>Troubleshooting", I get this problem when I hit troubleshooting in control panel.

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OK!

After a new test, you must keep: Services= Error reporting to keep the feature for Troubleshooting!

Help about this service and how to apply your settings:

http://www.blackviper.com/wiki/Windows_Error_Reporting_Service

And you will see that all werconcpl.dll will be installed successfully!

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OK!

After a new test, you must keep: Services= Error reporting to keep the feature for Troubleshooting!

Help about this service and how to apply your settings:

http://www.blackviper.com/wiki/Windows_Error_Reporting_Service

And you will see that all werconcpl.dll will be installed successfully!

And there is no way of integrating error reporting service?????? Finally I have trim my OS once again.

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Have you solved the problem keeping Error reporting inside Services with vLite, like I've tested myself?

Maybe there is a solution to add a new time the error reporting service! But I don't know how to do that!

I've tested vLite only to give you some help and with my customized Windows 7 SP1 I do not remove any components!

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@myselfidem

So, for your customized Windows 7 SP1, you do not remove any components. I guess that component removal may cause quite a bit of problems for all of us. Thus, what do you modify in your customized Windows 7 SP1, rather than integrating updates and drivers? Do you use other software rather than vLite in constructing your image? Pardon my curiosity here, but it would be good for me to learn how other experts like you in modifying the Windows image.

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